Revell VW Golf 1 GTI

1:24 scale

  • 121 pieces
  • $29.58

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Content: 1 pc

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Item no.: REV-07072, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 4009803070728

  • 121 pieces

Product information & technical details

Item no.: REV-07072
Manufacturer No.: 07072
Manufacturers: Revell
Content: 1 pc
Product types: Model Making
Difficulty level: Level 4
Scale: 1:24


At the IAA 1975 VW presented a vehicle that was initially developed without the knowledge of the board. This sporty offshoot of the Golf 1 offered the features that characterise a real sports car: a low unladen weight coupled with a powerful engine. Available from 1976, the incredibly fast GTI revolutionised the car world. For everyone there is now an everyday, affordable sports car that can easily keep up with the expensive competition. The sports car sector is literally democratised by the 110 PS GTI. Wheel arch extensions, wider wheels, the large front spoiler and a red border around the front grill characterise the compact sports car, which accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in just 9.2 seconds and quickly becomes an icon.

  • Realistically modelled body with typical wheel arch extensions
  • Separate, movable bonnet
  • Multi-part, detailed four-cylinder engine
  • Separate exhaust system
  • Detailed interior with instrument panel, seats and back seat
  • Typical steering wheel
  • Faithfully reproduced dashboard for left-hand drive or right-hand drive versions
  • Movable wheels
  • Large front spoiler
  • Rubber-like tires
  • Instructions and authentic decals with different marks (D, GB, F, NL, B, A, CH, I, S, DK)

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